Paul Dowswell

Paul Dowswell  Paul Dowswell is a British writer of non-fiction and fiction, writing mainly for children and young adults. He has written over 60 books, mostly with history as the subject, but also about geography, natural history, and science.
He’s worked in publishing for thirty years. He went freelance in 1999 after eight years with Usborne, where he was a senior editor. Before that he worked for Time-Life, BBC Books, the Science Museum and the National Sound Archive.
He grew up in Chester and escaped to read History at London University. After 15 years in London, he moved to Wolverhampton, where he lives with his wife and daughter. He also play with a variety of bands in the pubs and clubs of the West Midlands.


Below is a selection of Paul’s books. A full list is available from Fantastic Fiction or from his website.

– Non-Fiction:

world warsTrue Stories of the Second World war   Story of WW1 Second World War  Poetry WW1 Escape






– Novels (for more mature readers, please check suitability)

cabinet  Auslander  Eleven  Red Shadow

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